Opinion | As pediatricians, we say please don’t use precious coronavirus vaccines on healthy children – The Washington Post

The Israeli example ought to prompt fresh thinking about how to achieve herd immunity. Much discussion has focused on the percentage of individuals needed to be vaccinated to reach herd immunity, with most estimates in the range of 60 to 70 percent. Instead, the focus should be on those who are the most likely to transmit the virus; in the United States, with much of the elderly population vaccinated, that means young adults.

Source: Opinion | As pediatricians, we say please don’t use precious coronavirus vaccines on healthy children – The Washington Post

Source: Opinion | As pediatricians, we say please don’t use precious coronavirus vaccines on healthy children – The Washington Post